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Your one-stop for finding any and all your tennis supplies, Tennis-Point is one of the largest collections of the finest tennis products worldwide. This brand is a revolutionary venture that enjoys the admiration for making shopping an effortless, exciting and efficient venture for all tennis lovers. Christian Miele and Thomas Welle started the idea of this brand in 1998 as a small tennis shop in Munster, Germany.
The Tennis Court Oath (in French, Serment du jeu de Paume) was a commitment to a national constitution and representative government, taken by delegates at the Estates-General at Versailles. It has become one of the most iconic scenes of the French Revolution.
At Tennis-Point, we stock an impressive range of Babolat tennis bags. This includes racket bags, rucksacks, holdalls, shoebags and even tote bags. Babolat is one of the oldest global brands that manufactures tennis equipment and accessories. This French company has been producing court shoes and rackets for almost 140 years.
From that point on in the game, whenever the score is tied, it is described as "deuce" regardless of how many points have been played. However, if the score is called in French, for example at the French Open, the first occurrence of "40 all" in a single game may be called as such ("40-A", "Quarante-A", or "Quarante partout"). Thereafter, "deuce" ("Égalité" in French) is used for all other occurrences when the score returns to "40 all" within the same game.
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It was also popular in France, where the French Open dates to 1891 as the Championat de France International de Tennis. This tournament was not recognised as a Major or Grand Slam tournament until it was opened to all nationalities in 1925.